10/5/2009

At an elementary school in Salem, Mass., educators utilize all available space -- including hallways and walk-in closets -- to conduct special-education programs, and officials are working to renovate the district's eight schools to accommodate an increase in students with special needs. While specialized programs for students with disabilities have become necessities in public schools, most of Salem's schools have not had major renovations since they were built several decades ago.

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